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There are many models of spas to choose from, but when selecting a spa you should consider your own personal needs. You need to consider whether your spa is going to be used for hydrotherapy, a place to relax with friends and family, or for entertaining. Spas are not a one size fits all product, there aremodels to suit from the tallest to the shortest person and models to suit lifestyle choice.Nature Spa carries the largest range of Australian made spas, so choosing the right one is made even easier, but you should still test the spa for comfort. The most important points to consider are, checking that the seats provide you with comfortable support.You should nothave to slide down into the spa as you would do in a normal bath. When sitting in any of the seats in the spa, the water should reach shoulder level. If it doesn't, you will not get the full hydrotherapy impact. Stay in the spa for at least 5 minutes. At the end of that time, you will know whether the seating and jet configurations are comfortable.